Gold Eagle Casino

11902 Railway Avenue East, North Battleford, Saskatchewan, S9A 3K7 - Map
Casino Group
Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
Opening Hours
9am-3am (Sun-Weds), 9am-4am (Thurs-Sat)
Casino Games
  • Blackjack
  • Roulette
  • Slots

The Gold Eagle Casino provides a First Nations (North American indigenous peoples) entertainment experience in a facility that includes 15,000 square foot of gaming space, a restaurant and multi-purpose entertainment space. It is located in North Battleford which is a small city in west central Saskatchewan directly across the North Saskatchewan River from the town of Battleford. North Battleford airport is less than four kilometers from the casino and the nearest major airport is Saskatoon which is 140 kilometers south east of the centre of North Battleford. The casino can be found four kilometers south east of the centre of North Battleford on the north side of Highway 16 (Yellowhead Highway). There is plenty of free parking available as well as a free shuttle service to and from the casino (contact them for details).

The Gold Eagle Casino has teamed up with a number of local hotels to offer Play and Stay Packages. Adjacent to the casino is the Gold Eagle Lodge which has 112 rooms. Other hotels are the Best Canadian Inn and Super 8 Motel (enquire at hotel reception desks for details of packages).

There are 285 Slot Machines at the casino as well as four Blackjack Tables with Lucky Lucky Bonus, one Phil’em Up Table, one Roulette table and two Poker tables. Opening hours for table games are: Monday to Thursday 3.00pm to 1.00am; Friday and Saturday, 1.00pm to 3.00am; and Sunday, 1.00pm to 12.00am. Their free Players Club Card is a great way to earn rewards by accruing points by playing various slots and table games. And the older players are also rewarded every Monday from 9.00am to 6.00pm when the casino hosts Seniors Day when $15 in free slot play (available on the Players Club Card) is handed out to the over 55s. The Gold Eagle Casino’s restaurant offers a full range of dining options in an atmosphere rich with Aboriginal art and culture.